Who should buy the Saucony Endorphin 3

The Saucony Endorphin 3 is highly recommended for:

  • Competitive trackies who are into 1500 meters to 10,000 meters 
  • Mid-level to professional athletes who want a long distance spikes for both training and competition.

Saucony Endorphin 3 logo

Updates to the Saucony Endorphin 3 

  • Some minor fine-tuning made to better the performance of the track running spike.
  • Improved upper composition replacing a knitted upper with newly integrated mesh upper.

Saucony Endorphin 3 updates

Maximum surface traction

The Saucony Endorphin 3 is a long-distance running spike that is engineered with ultra-light materials.

Saucony Endorphin 3 surface traction

It can generate maximum surface traction to enhance the runner’s speed. This is especially true for running meets that range from 1500 meters to 10,000 meters. 

Endorphin 3 provides a grippy and lightweight platform

Spike Plate is similar to the configuration of most track and field spikes. This running shoe is furnished with a Pebax plate. It increases the grip of the platform while maintaining lightweight makeup.

Saucony Endorphin 3 grippy platform

The Saucony Endorphin 3 is designed using standard width. It is listed in men and women’s sizing scale. It is advised that before proceeding to purchase, one should try on the fit of the shoe first or go through various user feedback.

Snug, flexible wrap 

The components directly affecting the fit and size of the Endorphin 3 are the upper and the traditional lacing closure of the track and field spike.

Saucony Endorphin 3 lace-up closure

The mesh upper of the shoe gives a snug, flexible wrap around the foot. On the other hand, the lace-up closure gives an adjustable fit.

Delivers stability and speed

The outsole of the Saucony Endorphin 3 consists of a Pebax plate. It is made of high-strength thermoplastic elastomer with low density. It allows for a lightweight yet durable configuration.

Saucony Endorphin 3 outsole

Moreover, it contains 4 spike wells that house the spike pins of the shoe. The plate is also intended for superior traction, supplementing stability and speed. The same outsole component is exhibited in the Nike Zoom Rival S 9.

Shock mitigation

For the distance spike’s midsole, an SSL EVA foam is embedded. It is a proprietary midsole technology from Saucony. It is also found in the predecessor of the Endorphin 3. 

Saucony Endorphin 3 midsole

Dubbed as a premium midsole material, the SSL EVA foam is utilized for shock mitigation. It also supplies the rebounding properties of the platform. 

Allows sufficient airflow 

More importantly, it is responsible for delivering plush comfort to the foot. The mesh upper of the Saucony Endorphin 3 has several perforations that permit sufficient airflow within the foot chamber. 

Saucony Endorphin 3 allow sufficient airflow

This poses for a breathable running experience, promoting a healthy foot environment.  

Saucony Endorphin 3 offers a versatile and comfortable fit

It also has foot-conforming properties that give lockdown and security. It is ultra-light, which makes it an even more ideal upper element.

Saucony Endorphin 3 comfortable fit

To complement the already foot-conforming mesh upper of the long-distance spike, a lace-up closure system is implemented. It allows a dialed-in fit, giving a versatile and comfortable fit.

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 3.7oz / Women 3.2oz
Event: Running
Features: Removable Spikes
Surface: Rubber
Use: Long Distance
BRAND Brand: Saucony
SKUs: S190701 / S1907016 / S190702 / S1907026 / S290701 / S290702

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Zack Dunn
Zack Dunn

I race distances between 800 meters and 10K whether it be on the track, the roads, or on cross country courses. My typical training consists of easy days, long days, workouts (fartleks, tempos, interval training, etc.). My typical training paces range from 7’30 a mile on easy days to sub-5 minutes a mile on fast interval days, and with many paces in between. I run anywhere from 40-60 miles a week. My personal bests are 2:00 for 800m, 4:30 for 1600m, 9:50 for 3200m, 15:57 for 5K, and 34:10 for 10K.